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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 26, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas 2 Texas November 1991 Weather Water Watch Comal Edwards Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake 230 cfs same same cfs cfs feet The State Dense fog is expected across South Texas tonight and early Wednesday while the rest of the state will have clear to partly cloudy skies and warmer There is a slight chance of light rain in extreme East Temp eratures will be unseasonably warm over most of the Lows tonight will be in the 30s in West the 40s in North Texas and in the 40s in the Hill Country and in the 50s over the rest of South Highs Wednesday will be in the 60s and 70s except in South Texas where readings will climb into the 70s and A high pressure system over Kentucky kept most of Texas under clear skies early Fog was reported in the coastal bend area and some light drizzle fell in the Lower Rio Grande A few clouds were reported over the Panhandle and South Early morning temperatures were in the 20s in the Panhandle and mountains of Southwest Texas and in the 30s elsewhere in West the 40s across North Texas and in the 50s and 60s in South Extremes ranged from 24 at Marfa to 62 at both McAllen and Other early morning tempera tures around the state included 28 at 46 at Fort 49 at 53 at 56 at San 53 at 60 at Cor pus 40 at San 34 at 35 at Midland and 31 at El Pearl Harbor Mayor Clinton Brandt presents a proclamation naming as Pearl Harbor Anniver sary Day to retired Army Fred chairman of the City of New Braunfels Veter ans Memorial This year will see the 50th anniversary of the day that the Imperial Japanese government attacked Pearl Linger Is also a member of the American Post Stammtisch Continued from Page 1A are urged to attend along with their For more information call Charles Billings at 512 Toys for Tots The 1991 Toys for Tots sponsored by Milt Ferguson Motor begins with a benefit auction from 8 to midnight 7 at Landa Music will be provided by blues artist Phillip To make a cash donation or for more call Corbie at Cheer Fund support Burger King is accepting dona tions to the Cheer Fund sponsored by the New Braunfels Persons donating at the Burger King restaurant will receive 10 percent off their Burger King also is accepting gifts the restaurant for the Toys for Tots Of flees to close will pick up trash as Christmas party Tickets for the annual Christmas party of the New Braunfels Chap ter 1823 of the American Associa tion of Retired Persons AARP will be available through The chapter will have its party on the regular meeting Tues in the new Senior Citizens 655 Landa Doors will open at 10 fol lowed by refreshments and then a catered dinner at Entertain door prizes and installation of officers also are Guests will be To order call Raymond Voges at Exercise classes The New Braunfels Independent School District is offering free exercise classes through the month of The offered Monday through Thursday from at the Academy Street will include low impact step aerobic followed by isolation and light Parti cipants should take light hand weights and a mat or For more call Hospital giftshop The McKenna Memorial Hospi tal giftshop is open for Christmas Giftshop hours are 9 Friday 9 and Saturday and Sunday 24 Genealogy society The Comal County Genealogy Society will meet at 3 at Victoria Bank and Trust for a Christmas Members are encouraged to take chips or The meeting is open to the and visitors are society has three new books Book and another Cemet ery Memorial Service Hospice New Braunfels invites the public to the sixth annual Memorial Service at 2 1 at Johns Episcopal 312 The brief in honor of those patients who in the past will be conducted in the spirit of thanks giving and Families of all those who Hospice New Braun fels has served are RSVP by calling To have an item listed in Stam contact Mark Wamken at Submissions should be of community interest but not commercial in Golf Continued from 1 the Special Committee on Golf Course Fee included a raise for daily green fees and an added perround surcharge of 50 cents on weekdays and on weekends and We made a concerted effort to think about the local people and present something that they can live said committee chair man Bob But retired golfers who were present said they cannot afford an increase because of their fixed The golf course is already mak ing enough and this money is going into the citys general and there is no expense whatsoever for the golf course to the said Ram iro Ray president of the Mens Golf Why increase the fees when were mak ing a profit In other actions Monday night Council Members Paul Fraser and James Goodbread questioned Chamber of Commerce President Tom Purdum about the chambers support of LafargeSystechs hazardous and toxic waste burning and storage Youre the only group that has supported Goodbread The city has spent almost fighting Purdum replied that the Cham ber could not move on the issue because there was no consensus in the general Fraser said he wants to again poll the Chamber members on whether they support or oppose LafargeSystechs permit applica tions to blend and bum hazardous and toxic waste at the Balcones cement The council delayed approval of a lawsuit against Bluebonnet Motors to recover the cost of cleaning up a hazardous materials spill in Council members will sit down with the company in the next two weeks to discuss a possible Jim a member of a movement to recall Mayor Clinton Brandt and Council Member Bill requested that the council come out in support of citizens right to exercise He said some elderly people phoned recall petitioners to have their names removed after an editorial by four prominent citizens threatened sig ners with a libel The council authorized the city manager to advertise for bids on renovations to the old Central Fire Station The Fire Depart ment wants to use the second story of the building as a training Answers Continued from 1 self as an said that if the golf course is going to be supported by tax it should be built for local citizens instead of outside Resident Joe who lives on Ridge said discussion about a new golf course should be limited to New Braunfels citizens if it might be paid for through city Responding to citizens Mayor Clinton Brandt think what were basically looking for here is to accept this so possibly we could go out and look at investors who would be willing to do this golf course at their They could then run the golf course for a period of time before it would become the prop erty of the he Brandt said before the meeting that he favors a second golf From all Ive been able to gather from diffe rent people in the golfing industryvl feel that this1 town icould support another golf course and could benefit from a golf He added that some contractors have already contacted the city about the golf course According to a 21 memoran dum from Tamayo to April Gol special projects director for the three BlueT First and Steve Hudnall from all expressed an inter est in holding a workshop with coun cil regarding each of their Jans Van Tours 28 Hippy Thinkigiving 29 Holldiy River On 30 King Wlllltmi Holldiy Tour 6219S279 Birfhs McKenna Memorial Hospital Maria Rodriguez 163 New Braunfels 7pound boy Ronnie and Chris Delavan 310 New Braunfels 7pound 5ounce girl Ethan and Cindy Nichols Route 8 Box New Braunfels 9pound 10ounce girl Johnny and Kim Berber Route 8 Box New Braunfels 7pound 7ounce boy Darla Anderson and Frank Brown 305 New Braunfels 5pound 7ounce boy CASH FOR eal Estate Mortgages Full or partial First second Closing within 48 Brokers protected and referrals Mortgage Moneytree j American Heart Association 1 Obituaries HaxIneKochMedlln Maxine Koch of Ben died Local survivors are Etelka Ella Koch and Jane Serold and husband all of New Braunfels and Hilmar Bose of San Other all of are Dan Medlin three children fojur grandchildren Rubin Koch and Hazel Rose Funeral Home of Benson was of Lpuls Herman Schelbe Graveside services for Louis Her fopn of New Braunfels jvcrc Tuesday afternoon at Guadalupe Valley Memorial with the Oick Jones of Christ Presbyterian Church Scheibe died at Colonial Manor Care JjHc was born July in jytarion to Paul and Emma nee Fis cticr He married Paula Epima Salge on in was a superintendent of the JWjjw Braunfels Utilities waste water peatmcnt plant and a longtime New Survivors include his Paula Salgc Scheibe of New Braunfels and several nieces and may be made to the Charily of ones Doeppensc Funeral I lorne was in charge of Walter Fred Schneider Graveside for Walter Fred of Schert were Tues day morning ai Fort Sam Houston Nalional Cemetery in San Schneider died 1991 in Village Oaks lumana He was retired from the Air Force and a veteran of World War Korea and Viet Survivors include his Roberta Schneider of Schertz Bar bara Greer of Cibolo Wayne Franklin Schneider of North Carolina Mary Laughlin of Clara Rosenbrock of Kennedy and Selma Montgomery of Fredericks burg Robert Schneider of Paul Schneider of Rockport and Ernest Schneider of San Marcos grandchildren Ronald Greer of Schertz and Kimberly Lipscomb of Cibolo and Randi Leigh and Megan Elaine Lips comb of In lieu of donations to Safes Ambulance Service of Schertz in honor of Schneider are Zoeller Funeral Home of New Braunfels was in charge of SCHVtMRZENefiGER ITs Nothing 6293311 Shrimp DOC HOLLYWOOD THANKSGIVING Opens at Live Music Thurs Weather Temperature 6251511 A Service Brought To You By Omas Haus Restaruant HvraldZtftung Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels 707 Landa or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels HeraldZeitung at New DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher STEPHANIE FERGUSON Managing Editor CHERYL DUVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager JIM HORNBECK Advertising Director CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six JO one Senior Citizens Discount carrier 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